MN Seller’s Property Disclosure
You’d think that the signature page for a real estate document would be the last page.
And — at least in the case of the (required) Minnesota Seller’s Disclosure — you’d have been wrong.
Until two months ago, the Seller signed on the second to last page (page 8) of the standard Minnesota Purchase Agreement.
Now, the signature page is where it should be: at the end.
P.S.: In a similar vein . . . the gas pumps at Costco now ask you at the end of your fill-up — not the beginning — whether you want a printed receipt.